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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Mithradates, the elder, i. 374

Mithradates (brother of Pharasmanes), i.
406

Mithridates, King of Pontus, i. 322

Mithridates VI., King of Pontus, i. 350,
363, 3645 the Mithridatic wars, 367
efseq.j suicide, 372 ; 382 ; ii. 209

Mithridatic wars, i. 367 et seq,

Mitylene, i. 267

Moab, i. 523

Modhar tribe, ii. 65         «"

Modud, son of Masud, ii. 100

Moghan, plain of, ii. 158, 166, 347

Moghuls, Dynasty of the Indian, ii. 223

Mohamed, prophet, i. 109, 425, 438,
522 ; career of, ii. i et seq. ; 3 foot-
note; ancestors of, 4-6; childhood and
early manhood of, 8-ro 5 rebuilding of
the Kaaba, 10; proclaims his mission,
xo-ixj flight to Medina, 13-145 erects
first mosque at Medina, 14 ; breach
with the Jews, 15 ; Battle of Badr,
15-16; Battle of Ohod, 16-17; niaas-
acre of the Beni Koreitza, 17 ; pilgrim-
ages to Mecca, 17-18; the u fulfilled
pilgrimage," 18 ; capture of Mecca, 19 ;
last campaign and death, 19-20 5 char-
acter, 20*22 ; the Koran, 22-24 ; 34
footnote; 45, 57

Mohamed, son of Malik Shah, ii. in,
112

Mohamed, son of Ismail, ii. 87

Mohamed, great-grandson of Abbas, ii.
56,58

Mohamed (son of the Caliph AH), known
as the Hanifite, y.v.

Mohamed II., Sultan of Turkey, ii. 262

Mohamed III., Sultan of Turkey, ii. 263

Mohamedabad, ii. 340

Mohamed Ali, Mulla, of Zanjan, ii. 446

Mohamed Azim, Baraksai, ii. 429

Mohamed Husayn Khan, chief of the
Kajars, ii. 362, 365, 372, 373, 374,

Mohamed ibn Ilias, known as Abu Ali,

f'v'

Mohamed ibn  Kasim, Arab invader of

India, it. 53
Mohamed Ibrahim (historian), i. 13 ; ii.

102, 1x8-119
Mohamed Khan, son of Zaki Khan, ii.

393

Mohamed Khudabanda, known as Uljaitu,

y.v.
Mohamed Mahruk, relative of the Imam

Riza, ii. 138
Mohamed Mirxa, known as Khudabanda,

f*

Mohamed, Mirxa Sayyid, of Meshed, ii.

37*
Pofcaraed Shah, ii. 149, 150, 151, 352,

353

Mohamed Vali Khan, Persian general,
"• 393> 394- .
Mohamed Vali Mirxa, son of Fath Ali
Shah, ii. 414, 426, 427, 428, 429, 434,
435 ; death of, 439
Mohamed Yusuf, Sadozai, ii. 452, 455
Mohamera, i. 44, 47, 59 ; ii. 3
Mohanna, Mir, of Bandar Rig, ii. 376
Mokan Khan, Turk, i. 492, 493
Mokanna (the Veiled Prophet), ii. 67
Molon, Satrap of Media, i. 334, 335, 353
Monaeses, i. 387
Mongolia, i. 492
Mongolistan, ii. 162
Mongols, the ; invasion of, ii. 61 ; 128 ;
treatment of Attar, 141-142 ; nature
of the Mongol invasion, 144 -145 ;
origin of the Mongols, 145-146 ; in-
vasion of Turkestan, 149 ; invasion of
Transoxiana, 150-152; devastation of
Khorasan, 154; destruction of Merv
and Nishapur, 155-156; campaign
against Jalal-u-Din, 156-158; devasta-
tion ot western and north - western
Persia, 158-160; 163, 164, 165, 166 ;
campaigns in Asia Minor and Syria,
167 ; defeat in Syria, 190; literature
and architecture under, 225-239
Monobasius, of Adiabenc, i. 406
Monteith, Gen. W,, ii. 406
Moore, Thomas, ii. 95
Moravia, ii, 144
Morier, James, ii. 385 footnote, 407
Moscow, ii. 197, 205; plundered by
Tamerlane, 207 ; 261
Moseilama, the prophet, ii. 23, 27
Moses, i. 80
Moses of Chorene, i. 467
Mosul, i. 6 ; ii. 194, 226, 298
Motamid, Caliph; accession, ii. 84-85 ;
86, 89
Motasim, Caliph, ii. 78 ; revolt of the
Jatt, 79 5 campaign against Greece, 80
Motazid, Abbasid Caliph, ii. 89
Mothanna (Arab leader) ; campaigns of, i.
S33-53S5536
Moulton, J. H., i, 106 footnote, 109 foot-
note, 246
Moushegh, Armenian nobleman, i. 463
Muaffak, brother of Motamid, ii. 84;
•suppresses Zanj revolt, 85
Muavia, Governor of Syria and Caliph, ii.
33 ; war with Ali, 34-35 ; arbitration,
35 5 36» 37> 39 5 death of, 40 ; alliance
with Ziad, 47-48; appoints Yezid his
successor, 49
Muayyid, Governor of Nishapur, ii. 126
Muayyid-u-Dola, Buwayhid Prince, ii. 92
Muayyid*ul-Mulk, son of the Nizam-ul-
Mulk, ii. 112
Muhallab, ii, 50; appointed Governor of
Khorasan, 52 ; 54, 55